IRCTC announces ‘North Darshan Yatra’ from October 31
The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has announced a special North Darshan Yatra package for train travellers. This eight nights/nine days package will commence on October 31 and will end on November 8. It will start from Rajkot and cover Amritsar, Haridwar, Mathura, Rishikesh, Vaishno Devi and Ujjain.
Passengers can board the train at Rajkot Junction, Surendra Nagar, Viramgam, Mehsana, Kalol, Sabarmati, Anand, Chayapuri, Godhra, Dahod, Ratlam, and Nagda. A sleeper class ticket priced INR 8,505 per person, while a 3 AC ticket costs INR 14,175 per person. While booking for children below 5 years remains free, tickets for children above 5 years will be charged as per the adult fare.
The package includes night stay/fresh up at Dharmashalas/Halls on multi sharing basis, morning tea/coffee, breakfast, lunch, dinner per day. It also offers non AC road transfers on SIC basis, a tour escort & security on the train along with travel insurance.
However, the package does not include items of personal nature like laundry, medicines, entrance fee for monuments & the service of a tour guide
Leave Travel Concession (LTC) will be issued for the tourists who avail of the Bharat Darshan tours after completion of the tour.
Travellers need to bring pillows, bed sheets, nylon rope for drying clothes, a lock and key with a chain to secure luggage, a bucket with mug, torch Light, umbrella, medicines, plates, glass, etc, IRCTC said.
Additionally, the passengers also must carry a driving license, voter ID card, Aadhaar card, pan card) as proof of Identity for cross verification. (Source ET)